Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 9, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Apr 04, 2022 | Matt Betts | 666 views
Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 9
Ontario Terriers alumni closed out the March portion of the college baseball schedule and began April with some strong performances.

O'Halloran spins gem against Iowa
The Michigan Wolverines were looking for a bounce back effort after dropping Game 1 of their Big Ten Conference doubleheader against the Iowa Hawkeyes. Left hander Connor O'Halloran (Mississauga, Ont.) tossed seven scoreless innings and allowed four hits and a pair of walks in a 2-0 win. He struck out eight to improve to 3-2. Just what the Wolverines were looking for.

Forgione with three hits
Cristian Forgione had a hit in each of St. Lawrence's three games against Ithaca. One of them was a solo home run in a 9-3 Game 3 loss. He added a walk and two RBIs in the series.

MacNeil makes two starts
Right hander Owen MacNeil was so good for the Charleston Golden Eagles last week that they gave him the ball twice. The first was in an 8-1 win over Fairmont State when he worked 6 1/3 innings, giving up one run on four hits, with two walks, and four strikeouts to pick up the victory. In a 20-3 win over West Liberty on Sunday, he threw four innings, allowing three unearned runs on three hits. He walked two and punched out five to earn his second win of the week.

Ellis also makes two starts
MacNeil wasn't the only former Terrier to make a pair of starts as Campbell Ellis did it for the VCU Rams. Ellis picked up the win in the Rams 4-2 midweek win over William and Mary by throwing three scoreless innings. He scattered three hit and struck out two. Back on the mound in the rubber match of a three-game series with George Mason, he delivered four scoreless innings, surrendering three hits, and striking out three in a 15-5 win.

Giorno, Johnson back at it for Adrian
Andrew Giorno worked a scoreless inning in a 14-5 Adrian loss to Wooster.

Dylan Johnson meanwhile had four hits, walked, drove in a run, and was hit b a pitch in four games played. He was 3-for-3 with a RBI in a 13-0 Game 2 win over Calvin.

Carey comes up with scoreless relief
The Muskies of Muskingum got a pair of scoreless relief appearances from Liam Carey in a 5-3 loss to Kenyon and a 16-2 victory against Ohio Wesleyan. Carey yielded a hit and struck out one in the loss and struck out the side in the win.

Worthen with the long relief
Sam Worthen's scoreless 1/3 of an inning in D'Youville's 9-5 loss to Bridgeport was just a warmup for what would come next. He would throw five scoreless innings of relief, scattering five hits and striking out two in a 6-5 Game 3 loss.

Russell ready when needed
It was a busy week for Julian Russell as he made five appearances out of the Alderson Broaddus bullpen. He appeared in both games of a doubleheader with West Virginia Wesleyan, picking up the win with a scoreless 1/3 of an inning in the first contest. In the back half he hurled 2 2/3 innings and allowed one run on three hits with two walks and a strikeout.

Mahoney mashes for Lake Michigan
After 10 straight postponed games, Lake Michigan finally made it onto the field for a doubleheader against Grand Rapids. In Game 1 Jacob Mahoney went 3-for-4 with a RBI in a 14-6 win. He had a hit in a 4-0 loss in the second game.

Wojtarowicz leaves with Bobcats leading
Lefty Andre Wiojtarowicz got the start for Frontier Community College in Game 3 of their series with Southwestern Illinois. He threw six innings and gave up two runs on five hits, with three walks and four strikeouts. He exited the game with his team up 4-2, only to see the bullpen cough up six runs in the top of the seventh. The Bobcats would go on to lose the game 8-4.

Sanasie-Edwards strokes five hits for St. Clair
Ethan Sanasie-Edwards put together five hits, three walks, and two RBIs in six games for St. Clair County.

O'Halloran hits, big test awaits
Things have been going well for Ryan O'Halloran and the Butler Bulldogs as they've won five of their last six. Last week O'Halloran hammered out four hits, walked twice and drove in a pair as the Bulldogs won four games, including a 3-1 series win over Eastern Illinois. They'll head to No. 16 Notre Dame on Tuesday.

Cane contributes to Jefferson offence
Ethan Cane is fitting in just fine at Jefferson College. He had another four hits last week, including a home run in a 13-11 loss to SUNY Broome. On top the hits he also walked twice and drove in four.

Marriott hits home run
Infielder Zach Marriott had six hits, four walks, two RBIs, a stolen base, and two hit by pitches for Hendrix College. He swatted a solo shot in an 8-7 loss against Ozarks to open the week. 

Ward with a hit, two walks
The opening of Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play didn't go as planned for the Niagara Purple Eagles as they were swept by Fairfield, but Matt Ward managed a hit, two walks, and a RBI in the three games.

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